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April 20, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- Federal and state disaster officials have approved more than $4.7 million in individual and infrastructure repair assistance for damages from flash flooding, storms and...
West Virginia
April 20, 2000
KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- The city of St. Joseph, MO (a Project Impact Community) and keepSafe Industries, Inc. in partnership with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and the Federal...
Region VII
April 19, 2000
In April 1997, the world watched as the city of Grand Forks, North Dakota, became a natural disaster war zone. Extensive efforts to keep the raging Red River of the North at bay had failed. The...
April 19, 2000
RALEIGH, N.C. -- The acquisition of more than 1,000 Hurricane Floyd damaged structures at a cost of nearly $67 million has been approved by federal and state officials in the seven months since the...
North Carolina
April 19, 2000
Kansas City, MO, April 19, 2000 -- The city of St. Joseph, MO (a Project Impact Community) and keepSafe Industries, Inc. in partnership with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and...
Region VII
April 19, 2000
Washington, April 19, 2000 -- A series of wildfires are sweeping through sections of Colorado and New Mexico. Here is the latest information from state and local officials: New Mexico At least six...
April 18, 2000
CHARLESTON, W. Va. -- Time is running out for West Virginians who suffered February flood damage to register for state and federal disaster recovery assistance, the Federal Emergency Management...
West Virginia
April 18, 2000
FEMA Director James Lee Witt and D. James Baker, the administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, released the latest bad news about global climate change at an Earth Week...
April 18, 2000
Boston, MA -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the State of Maine have joined to announce an award of $72,500 in hazard mitigation funding for the Town of Thorndike, ME in Waldo...
Region I
April 17, 2000
SEATTLE, Wash. -- Pierce County property owners already enjoy reduced flood insurance premiums, and thanks to their community's participation in the National Flood Insurance Program voluntary...
Region X

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